Asian shares jump on China policy easing, trade deal hopes
MSCI's broadest index of Asia-Pacific shares outside Japan rose 0.43 per cent.
Asian shares climb to 3-month high, currencies mark time
Japan's Nikkei was upbeat, rising 0.3% to a one-year high.
After Market: IT stocks rally, Sun Pharma skids; 78 stocks give ‘buy’ signals
IT stocks surged after the rupee depreciated against the US dol...
Commodities clinch best year since 2016
After three interest rate cuts this year, the US Federal Reserve is expected to hold monetary policy steady over 2020.
View: Rupee likely to extend fall as US-Iran tensions ease
The biggest shockwave was a rise in crude oil prices as Brent crude shot up by more than $3 per barrel.
US removes India from currency monitoring list
New names on the list are Italy and Ireland from EU, and three Southeast Asian countries - Singapore, Malaysia and Vietnam.
Rupee settles 9 paise down at 71.12 against US dollar
On a weekly basis, the rupee depreciated by 29 paise.
Despite demonetisation and RERA, builders still asking for cash
A recent survey by LocalCircles pointed out that cash continues to dominate the real estate market.
Rupee opens 3 paise higher at 72.06 against dollar
The rupee hit an over two-month low of 72.09 to the US dollar on Wednesday.
Sensex ends 2019 on dull note: Who gained, who lost in the eventful year
BSE barometer Sensex settled the day 304 points, or 0.73 per cent, lower at 41,254.
Emerging economies need end to trade war
The MSCI Emerging Markets Index trailed its developed-market counterpart for 8 successive months.
India on US watch list for currency practices
The US has added India in its foreign exchange policies' list that monitors nations for unfair currency practices.
FII flows to Indian stocks hit record in 2019, analysts gung ho about 2020 too
FIIs pumped in a net of more than Rs 1 lakh crore in Indian stocks during the year gone by.
EMs geared up for another year of wealth creation
Total wealth in emerging-market stocks and bonds now exceeds $27 trillion.
Rich-world problem of lowflation has arrived in emerging markets
The biggest ones are their currencies, which don’t loom so large for rich-world central bankers (although U.S. President Donald Trump thinks they should). Emerging-market exchange rates get bounced around as capital shifts in and out -– flows that have been amplified by years of cheap money in developed countries.
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